ANGDA looking to hire spur line field representatives
Three reps would travel two proposed spur line routes to look for resource; program is part of a larger Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority 2008 spending campaign
You can get a lot done from an office in Anchorage, but every company needs eyes and ears on the ground, especially when the game is building pipelines.
To that end, the Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority wants to hire three representatives to look for opportunities, problems and resources alo....
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Big spending year for ANGDA
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